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Gundam: The Witch From Mercury's English Voice Cast Officially Revealed

Streaming service Crunchyroll has just announced that Gundam: The Witch From Mercury will be receiving an English dub, and the cast has finally been revealed.

Gundam: The Witch From Mercury began airing in Japan in October 2022, and quickly began to garner praise. Crunchyroll announced on February 1, 2023, that the series would be receiving an English dub, set to premiere on Sunday, February 5. The series prologue “episode 0” has already been dubbed and is currently available to stream on Crunchyroll. Additionally, much of the cast has already been revealed, giving fans their first look at how some of these characters will be in English.

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Series protagonist Suletta Mercury is set to be voiced by Jill Harris, best known for voicing Noelle Silva in Black Clover and Nino Nakano of The Quintessential Quintuplets. Miorine Rembran, the other main character and fellow student to Suletta, will be voiced by Natalie Van Sistine, known for her recent performance as Yor Forger in 2022’s hit Spy X Family. Elizabeth Maxwell, known for her recent role as Zephia in the new Fire Emblem Engage, will be voicing the show’s traditional masked character, Lady Prospera. Guel Jeturk will be voiced by Bradley Gareth, known for voicing Jyubei in BLUELOCK. Elan Ceres is set to be played by Aaron Dismuke, better known as the voice of Dr. Stone‘s Senku. Chuatury, Nika, and Shaddiq are set to be voiced by Brittany Karbowski, Bryn Apprill, and Alejandro Saab, respectively.

The premise for Gundam: The Witch From Mercury, as provided by Crunchyroll, is as follows:

Fans can go ahead and check out the performances for some of these characters in the prologue episode that Crunchyroll uploaded already, giving them an opportunity to see what they think before the proper premiere on Sunday. Gundam: The Witch From Mercury has received praise for being the first Gundam TV series to feature a female protagonist (though some OVAs starred women), as well as with regard to the complex lesbian romance situation that arises between Miorine and Suletta. The series is also said to have a good balance between action and slice-of-life elements, something that not every Gundam series has succeeded at.

With the first episode’s dub set to debut in just a few days, Gundam fans won’t have to wait long to experience the series in English.

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Gundam: The Witch from Mercury English dub debuts on February 5, 2023, on Crunchyroll, and will presumably continue to debut new episodes on Sundays.

Source: Crunchyroll

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